Rangers travel to Belgium on Tuesday to contest in the first leg of their Champions League third round qualifying tie against Union Saint-Gilloise (7.45pm kick-off, UK time).
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The Gers reached the Europa League final just a few months ago, but Giovanni van Bronckhorst will be pushing his players to make it to the Champions League groups this season, something the Glaswegians haven’t managed since 2009 under Walter Smith. Union Saint-Gilloise, meanwhile, have never even been in the Champions League qualifiers before this summer, so manager Karel Geraerts will be relishing the occasion next week.
Union Saint-Gilloise team news
Ahead of their European qualifying campaign, Les Unionistes have strengthened considerably this summer with several new recruits, including 23-year-old Ross Sykes, who recently scored the winning goal in the club’s second league match of the season against Charleroi. The Burnley-born centre-back will certainly be itching to get on the turf next week and have a taste of European action for the first time, having turned out for Accrington Stanley last season.
Rangers team news
Ianis Hagi remains a long-term absentee for Van Bronckhorst, while Kemar Roofe is sidelined until later next month with a knock, though the Dutch coach did recently reveal that the forward has returned to training. There were also no signs of Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos in the club’s opening Scottish Premiership win against Livingston on Saturday, while summer recruit Rabbi Matondo is currently out injured.
Scoreline prediction: Union Saint-Gilloise 1-2 Rangers
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